Manhattan Film Festival 2014 Spotlight: Rising Starlet Tjasa Ferme

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Ravishing comes to mind when describing the delights of the beguiling Slovenian-born actress Tjasa Ferme. Especially since she’s a temptation in the indie dramatic thriller “Dutch Kills” which premieres at the Manhattan Film Fest this week. Hot of the Press: “Dutch Kills” has just won Best Thriller! It tells of an ex-con who together with his old crew try to pull off one last heist to rescue his heavily in debt sister. Her mesmerizing blue eyes are more than enough to stir our senses and Tjasa has done a fair bit of that in her burgeoning career. Earlier in the year, Tjasa sizzled in the show “Cocktales: Confessions of a Nymphomaniac”, a piece on female sexuality and she starred as Eve a woman who like all of us possess sexual urges. She so enthralled on stage that audiences were transfixed from the moment she embodied the nympho with a humanistic desire that’s in all of us. Got to love how the show was affectionately called a pussyfantasia with a man parade!

She’s also directed, wrote and appeared in the short film “Ophelia’s Flip” which graced the Cannes Film Festival back in 2012. It was quite the experimental self-portrait video diary of a girl and her exploration of the human condition (failings or otherwise) stimulates the mind. With her spread of challenging roles as well as her charismatic elegance, there’s only direction Tjasa is heading and that’s all the way to the top!

Remember to drop by the TJASA FERME OFFICIAL SITE for more exciting updates.

Cannes Film Festival 2014 Spotlight: Rising Starlet Amanda Hall

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Actress/Model Amanda Hall is a Goddess, her dreamy blue eyes being the exquisite extension to her tempting facets. With short films making waves at this year’s Cannes, she’s certainly one of the delectable leading ladies to watch. It’s fitting that Amanda stars in “Infatuation” for she is likely to be the paramour of audiences across the board. “Infatuation” is a tale of a man named Hal and his girlfriend Beth played by Amanda where their impending marriage runs into trouble, inciting a darkness that spirals out of control. 9 mins is almost not enough to enjoy the attractive magnetism of Amanda as we would undoubtedly be clamoring for more of her.

Amanda has also appeared in indie festival favorite “Broken Gardenias” as Jesse, the fellow garden worker of the lead character Jenni, played by actress Alma Gray. She has a crush on Jesse and its short lived as she ends up moving, but her actions and the story Jesse hears about her through town after she leaves gives her the strength needed to move forward and take chances she never would have, both in life and in her love life. It’s not a very long seen part but its a great character.

Here’s a little insight on her other screen work from Amanda herself:

‘One of my favorite parts was playing Pauline Forsythe on the FOX pilot “Rogue” directed by Brett Ratner and written by Karyn Usher. It was such a wonderful experience working with such a talented cast and crew, my mother was in town so i got to bring her which was wonderful, and Brett loved her and let her watch me do my scenes from his directors chair!! she was grinning ear to ear watching me live my dream. Ricky Schroder played my husband and Julian McMahon played my brother, they were both incredible to work with.

Then I went on to film “For The Love of Nothing” which i star in, it was such a great filming experience, the director Alissa Davis is absolutely genious, I really enjoyed her personal touch on directing. Also Alex Simon the Director of Photography made everything look and feel so intense and beautiful, perfection in my eyes.’

If you’re an avid “Sons Of Anarchy” fan, remember to catch Amanda at her most sauciest as the love interest Sara in the entertaining web series “Devil’s Couriers”. It’s the MCs of the rebel motorcycle brotherhood Devil’s Couriers who bring on the funny in what has elements of comic flavor and drama.

Discover more about this enigmatic beauty by visiting the AMANDA HALL OFFICIAL SITE.